TALLINN – The Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications says it may start a litigation in a bid to reverse the European Union's new mobility package, which will change the working, driving and resting time requirements for drivers, the rules for conducting business as a road haulier and access to the international road haulage market, as well as introduce norms concerning the posting of drivers in international haulage.
Estonia and eight other EU member states have repeatedly expressed their objections to the mobility package that will...
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